What is Heroin?
Heroin is one of the most commonly abused drugs in the United States. This depressant is derived from the opium poppy and processed into its highly addictive form.
It takes very little use for heroin addiction to establish itself, and once a user becomes dependent, the drug’s notorious withdrawal symptoms make unaided recovery very difficult. Stigma and fear surround heroin use, and people may struggle to reach out for help because of this, but it does not need to come between you and your wellbeing.
Heroin detox can be tough to manage alone. Many of our clients have tried to quit on several occasions with no support before reaching out to us, but the withdrawal symptoms have been too severe for them to be successful. However, our clients are often surprised at how much difference a medically supervised detox makes.
Heroin addiction is a medical condition that is entirely treatable. Our fully trained clinical staff will make sure that your transition into recovery is as comfortable as possible, and our therapists and counselors will help you lay the foundations for a successful and long-term recovery. Your new life begins with reaching out for help.